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What is PILOT BUSHING Campaing???

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I took my Benz in for service to my local MB dealer and I was told there's a PILOT BUSHING Campaing that must be done to my car.

What is a PILOT BUSHING ?

For what I understand it is located in tranny.... and they said they had to drop it to get to the PILOT BUSHING... of course I'm not paying a dime for this and btw I'm driving a nice loaner a CLK350 with only 2,000 miles.
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It is the bushing that sits in the middle of the flywheel and the transmission prop shaft is supported by that bushing. To change it the transmission has to be pulled so that the bushing can be removed and replaced. Can be done with the engine still in the car.
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Don't know if this helps, but this is from the NHTSA. Can't speak from personal experience as my car has a manual trans.

Make / Models : Model/Build Years:
MERCEDES BENZ / C CLASS 2004-2005
MERCEDES BENZ / CL CLASS 2004-2005
MERCEDES BENZ / CLK CLASS 2004
MERCEDES BENZ / CLK320 2005
MERCEDES BENZ / CLK500 2005
MERCEDES BENZ / CLK55 2005
MERCEDES BENZ / E CLASS 2004-2005
MERCEDES BENZ / ML320 2005
MERCEDES BENZ / ML350 2004
MERCEDES BENZ / ML500 2004-2005
MERCEDES BENZ / S CLASS 2004-2005
MERCEDES BENZ / SL CLASS 2004-2005

Service Bulletin Number : 2006020008
NHTSA Item Number : 10019822
Summary Description :
INSPECT TRANSMISSION PILOT BUSHING AT ELECTROCHYDRAULIC UNIT AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY. THE TRANSMISSION PILOT BUSHING MAY HAVE BEEN INSTALLED ON THE CONTROL UNITS WITH NON-TEMPERED SEALING RINGS WHICH MAY CAUSE A SMALL LEAK TO OCCUR. *TT UPDATED 04-11-07. *KB

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Makes Sense Buell, they had to do that to mine. In fact they had to drop the tranny (acording to the service advisor). It took them two days to do that work.
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Mine failed at 20K

$160 to repair / replace.
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